Kubuntu is an official derivative of the Ubuntu operating system which uses the KDE Plasma Desktop instead of the Unity graphical environment. As part of the Ubuntu project, Kubuntu uses the same underlying systems, every package in Kubuntu shares the same repositories as Ubuntu, and it is released regularly on the same schedule as Ubuntu. This is an image of the "official" Kubuntu 7.10 CD that was distributed by Canonical. Topics: disc image, operating system, software
Utilizing the Unity interface the ‘light’ is not named by chance: Ubuntu light is said to boot in as quickly as eight seconds when installed on an SSD drives and a still-rather-neat 15 seconds when used on a traditonal hard-drive. So what else is so special? Ubuntu Light ‘includes a very targeted set of applications and is optimized for a fast startup time and a fast connection to the Internet’ according to the Canonical. This ‘light’ ethos means results in the OS not sat there as... Topics: ubuntu, light, 10.04, netbook, dell, mini, instant on
This is NOT a stable version of Ubuntu. This is here solely because it is a historical release and to my knowledge Canonical doesn't keep development releases around. Topics: ubuntu, canonical, 16.04, xenial, xenial xerus, beta
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Data for the paper: Campbell JC, Santos EA, Hindle A. (2016) The unreasonable effectiveness of traditional information retrieval in crash report deduplication. PeerJ PrePrints 4:e1705v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.1705v1 Topics: Duplicate Bug Reports, Information Retrieval, Software Engineering, Free/Open Source Software,...